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Drew J Stevens
Drew J Stevens
Drew works with sales managers and their direct reports to create more customer centric relationships that dramatically drive new revenues and new clients.
 

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To Charge for No Show Or Not To Charge That is The Question

Mar. 13, 2012 5:39 pm
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Every healthcare organization has had to deal with patients who either don’t show up for appointments or are more than 30 minutes late. Missed appointments mean missed revenue for practices and other healthcare organizations, while significantly late patients can throw off your entire day’s schedule and force your other patients to wait for you – something that could potentially anger them enough to consider leaving your practice. (See MOT’s article “Reducing Missed Appointments”)

Clearly, you need a policy for managing no-shows so they don’t derail your practice. One solution that some healthcare providers have chosen: charging patients no-show fees for missed appointments or significantly late arrivals.

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